A Photo A Week: Literary Reference

By: sonofabeach96

Sep 06 2017

Category: Uncategorized


Focal Length:4.8mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:COOLPIX L810

To The Lighthouse – Virginia Woolf


This week’s A Photo A Week Challenge from Nancy Merrill Photography is for the topic:



Here’s my take on it:

The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress – Robert Heinlein:

Tender Is The Night – F. Scott Fitzgerald:

The Old Man and the Sea – Ernest Hemingway:

A Room With A View – E.M. Forster:

The Sun Also Rises – Ernest Hemingway


My songs of the day are:

“Writing’s On The Wall” by George Harrison

“Write This Down” by Maximo Park

“Mother Nature’s Writing” by Del Amitri

“Fog Of Writing” by Barenaked Ladies

“Written In Reverse” by Spoon

“I’m Writing A Novel” by Father John Misty

“Write Away” by Paul McCartney

“You Know What They’re Writing About” by Van Morrison


38 comments on “A Photo A Week: Literary Reference”

  1. I loved it.

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  2. A great job and as always I love the pictures! Wow

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  3. You’re not THAT old. 😛 I love the header/featured picture. Also, I hate Spoon. I don’t know why… I just do. 😀

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  4. Your photos are fav SOB…but that moon shot ..killer!!!!!

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  5. YES! So perfect for the theme. Thanks for joining the challenge!

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  6. Oh these are simply magnificent. Particularly The Sun Also Rises, that one is beautiful.

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  7. Love these! Old man indeed! I think I like a room with a view the best. But it’s hard to choose. Was your weekend in the Keys last weekend, I hope and not this one upcoming? 😦 Yikes!

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  8. Perfect references 🙂 The Old Man is very authentic 😉

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